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Solving the global plastics crisis calls for dramatically different approaches than those attempted over the last 30 years. The most effective solutions will draw on multiple disciplines and involve partnerships across the global plastics community. Institutions that support this kind of plastics research can be instrumental to developing and monitoring solutions.
Hear from Antaya March and Steve Fletcher from the University of Portsmouth’s Revolution Plastics, a world-recognized transdisciplinary research center, on how they integrate legal scholarship, arts-based methods, citizen science, enzyme digestion, the climate agenda, fashion and textiles, and microplastics research into solutions to the plastics crisis.
RSVP now for this seminar to learn about approaches and synergies that could inform plastics research and engagement at Duke.
TIP: You might also be interested in registering for Student Showcase: Confronting the Plastics Crisis Through Applied Research and Outreach on Tues., March 21, 3:30-4:45 p.m. ET.
This event is organized by the Nicholas Institute for Energy, Environment & Sustainability in partnership with Duke University’s Plastic Pollution Working Group, which includes more than 40 researchers across numerous disciplines at Duke.
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